HARRY MAGUIRE is already in the lead in Manchester United within 14 days of joining.
The defender worth £ 80 million, according to the club had a massive impact on the dressing room.
The 26-year-old Maguire shone as a United team with an average age of only 24 years and defeated Chelsea on Sunday with 4-0.
And boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is impressed with how the ex-Leicester star inspired teammates during training.
A source from United said, "He is the leader United has missed for some time.
"The players were immediately excited about his arrival.
"He has given the Back-Four new confidence, not only in his abilities, but also in his words.
"The team feels more on the defensive now."
Maguire was named "The Beast" by Paul Pogba after his debut.
United wants him to work with Victor Lindelof and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw as full-back.
And Solskjaer believes that injuries and constant hacking have influenced the reigns of Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal and David Moyes.
The Norwegian said: "Every successful team has to build from behind and have a foundation from which to play.
"We always say" you have to earn the right to win a football match. "You deserve it when you defend well, you have a foundation and hopefully a well-rehearsed team.
"Hopefully we do not have to make too many changes, and in recent years I have always felt that there were so many players who were unlucky because of injuries.
"Both Jose and Louis, maybe even David, had to hack and change the four defenders, especially the central defenders. Hopefully we can get a fixed lineup. "